Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm met with state Rep. Susie Lee and workers at the Townsite solar facility in Boulder City on Friday.
Jennifer Granholm will join Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and congressional lawmakers in Las Vegas this week, according to a Biden administration source.
Google’s new initiative will add carbon-free energy to the electric grid that serves Google’s data centers and infrastructure throughout Nevada.
Democratic state lawmakers unveiled a sweeping renewable energy bill Thursday that they say will pave the path for Nevada to meet its renewable energy goals while boosting jobs along the way.
Las Vegas gas prices are continuing a spring rise, up 3 cents a gallon in the past week, but one national analyst said it’s unlikely the $4-per-gallon price will be reached this summer — barring a few factors.
Mylar balloons are part of a lot of parties and celebrations, but NV Energy considers them an unwelcome guest.
Different weather, different equipment and a regulated market will keep Nevada from facing massive power outages that hit Texas during a winter freeze.
Less than 200 NV Energy customers remained without power Monday morning after high winds swept through the Las Vegas Valley over the weekend.
NV Energy has scheduled a 22-hour power outage for Kyle Canyon and Angel Peak Zones starting Friday.
The move means Nevada must have electric vehicle charging infrastructure in place to accommodate one of its key visitor hubs.
Clark County will effectively pay 15,700 late power bills of Southern Nevadans who are struggling financially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NV Energy will provide a $120 million payout to its customers as a one-time credit on their October bills, double the previously announced payout of $59.7 million.
Seven months into the shutdown, many Nevadans continue to trail on their bill payments. But moratoriums are now lifting and bills are coming due.
The Public Utilities Commission approved its first natural disaster infrastructure plan Wednesday and a statewide usage fee to pay for it.
The Public Utilities Commission will vote Wednesday on whether the company can charge the statewide fee to pay for a natural disaster protection plan.